FiveThirtyEight, the website where you can find data on the political parties, has released its latest political tracker, the Political Graph.
While the site has a long history of producing high-quality political analysis, its latest edition has seen some significant changes.
The new edition of the tracker features the political party that is currently holding the most seats in Parliament.
The top three political parties with the most Facebook followers, as of April 15, are the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), and the Communist Party of India (Marxist).
While the RSS-BJP remains in the lead, BSNL and CPI are also in the top ten.
The RSS-BSNL is currently leading the pack with 1.8 million followers, followed by the CPI with 1,827, and the CPI-M with 1 – 1.9 million.
This puts the BJP in a strong position to take over the reins of power in 2019.
The CPI-MS is in second place, with 1 million followers.
While the BJP is currently the largest party in Parliament, it’s the BSNLP and CPI that are gaining the most traction.
The BSNHP, which has been in power since 2012, has seen its followers increase by nearly 300,000 over the last year.
In the same period, the CPI has seen a slight drop of over 200,000.
While these numbers are still fairly small, the BSP has seen an increase of over 900,000, which is in line with the BJP’s increase.
The BJP is also in a comfortable position, having over 1 million active followers on the site.
While Facebook has become a central tool for politicians, it has also given rise to a lot of social distancing, and that has contributed to a rise in fake news stories.
For instance, on April 11, 2016, the BJP government announced the ban on Facebook.
While it is true that the government had the power to make the ban permanent, it was a controversial decision that sparked controversy, with many claiming that the ban was a way of curbing freedom of expression.
Facebook has since been a focus of criticism from the opposition parties, who accuse the government of clamping down on free speech.
The government has denied the accusations and has since said it will not allow fake news to affect elections.
The number of fake news sites has also increased in the past few months, with a recent report claiming that over 200 million people have signed up to share news.